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Mobile Robotics / News: Recent posts

Mini update: compilations instruction.

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-05-26

Website is up and running with images, videos and articles

Website is up and running with images, videos and articles.

http://mobilerobotics.sf.net

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-05-23

New client version

The "final" client version is finally up (took some time due to other projects). This includes fully functional bluetooth communication and GUI.

Everything works

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-05-09

Documentation up!

Upped the documentation (project paper/report).

Posted by Johan Johanson 2005-04-27

New server version

Upped final version used with our hardware (server).

Posted by Johan Johanson 2005-04-16

New website launched

A couple of days ago we released a new design on our website. It's still beta, check it out at http://mobilerobotics.sf.net

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-04-07

Server software released

Added v0.1 palm pilot server software.

Posted by Johan Johanson 2005-03-12

Admin added!

Today I added Johan Johansson, yohee, as a project admin. He is the writer of the Palm Pilot Server in c++. Expect a release from him soon.

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-03-12

Client Version 0.1 Released!

Version 0.1 of the Client (JAVA) software was released eariler today. It containes a full GUI for the phone but lacks Bluetooth (not fully tested yet).

Check it out!

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-03-12

Closing in on a release

We're slowly but surely closing in on a software release. approximately 80% of the software on the cellphone (JAVA) and the handheld (C) is done. To this date the only thing left is some writing on the Bluetooth communication between them.

Stay tuned..

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2005-03-12

Project is on its way

Mobile robotics is started, many thanks to sourceforge for providing hosting. We would like to thank FirePad for providing us with beta software, Ronny Sandoval and the bluebird project for helping us out and other people that is helping us along the way.

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2004-10-15

Name change

Lego robotics is now known as Mobile robotics..

Posted by Niklas Bivald 2004-10-15